Even if you've fully accepted that the relationship has come to a close, actually letting the person go isn't something that you can snap your fingers and have magically happen.
Although sometimes the one that got away can be a nothing more than a wistful memory, for other people it can become toxic — and even obsessive.
It's hard to gauge how you're actually feeling about it, especially because one of the ways we often get over a breakup is to tell ourselves we're over it, before you actually are.
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When it feels like your relationship isn't working, it can be incredibly stressful.
Having a bad fight with your partner can make you feel like everything is turned upside down. Especially if it's your first big one, the one that breaks you out of the love bubble.
How do you know when you should be taking that look and seeing if the relationship is really working out?
Every couple is different, so what is a dealbreaker for one couple might not break another. Instead, you need to focus on being honest with yourself.
It has to do a lot with not only marital problems or tension, but differing levels of marital tension between the partners.
When it comes to how long you should wait, you have to remember that it's more about the feeling than the timing.